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New Stock Market Methodology Developed To Forecast DJIA, S&P 500, and NASDAQ indexes

HOUSTON, TEXAS, October 1, 2001- - A new methodology was created to forecast the U.S. stock market's popular averages (DJIA, S&P 500, and the NASDAQ) using models that measure traders and investors reaction to news.

The methodology premise is that news moves people to make decisions on buying, selling, or holding equities. Models determine the collective reaction to news that affects the stock market's averages and provides data that is analyzed and plotted on charts.

The methodology was developed because of the dreadful events of September 11, 2001, when it was clear that technical analysis of the different metrics of the market couldn't be used to safely determine the aggregate movement of stocks.

The models are comprised of:

  • Reaction of INDICES to news- model
  • Reaction of STOCKS to news- model
  • Data gathering and analysis models

Data from the models are converted to a single plot per day and placed on charts relative to the previous day's plot. Boundaries, support and resistance lines are added to the chart according to proprietary algorithms.

Early results suggest that there is a forecast-able relationship between the plots, the boundaries and how the market collectively performs.


Glen David Systems Company

David Lewis,

Email, david_g_lewis@hotmail.com


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